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EYES OF CHAOS: DHARMA 混沌之眼:达摩, 2022, Ink on paper 纸本水墨, 362.5 x 573.5 cm

Curated by Britta Erickson (Art History PhD '97), Bingyi's current solo exhibition at INKStudio, Beijing, "Bingyi: The Eyes of Chaos," is the work of a remarkable polymath: with a doctoral degree in Art History and Archaeology from Yale, focusing…

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Visiting Stanford Art Gallery’s new exhibition “Shifting Fields: Contemporary Chinese Painting” could take you either 10 minutes, or it could take you two hours. A single room featuring 49 works by young up-and-coming artists from mainland China…

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Shifting Fields: Contemporary Chinese Painting brings together a diverse group of works by ten accomplished and promising artists from mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. 

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鄭帛囪 CHENG Po-Tsung

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jina valentine in her studio, Chicago, IL. Photo by Jonathan Michael Castillo.

For visual artist and professor jina valentine, a sense of place is closely tied with the imperative to build community. Having experienced several relocations, first as a student and later as an academic, valentine has met this requirement by…

The feature-length documentary film Racist Trees, helmed by Sara Newens and Mina T. Son, graduates of the MFA program in Documentary Film (2011), made its debut on PBS on January 22, 2024. Following its initial premiere at IDFA, the film garnered…